Bird Bath Feeder

March 1st, 2009 in member junk     
ANGELZ ANGELZ, member
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These 4 pieces were glued all together for stability, filled with seed and await a hungry bird.
I had the base, but  it needed a coat of paint.
This cool piece of cast started the idea. It had a broken center  that was fixed with JB Weld then spray painted.
This glass plate and bowl were found on a trip to Florence. Co.: a Southwest meca for antiques/junk. Highly recommended with 11 wonderful stores to shop! 
These 4 pieces were glued all together for stability, filled with seed and await a hungry bird.

These 4 pieces were glued all together for stability, filled with seed and await a hungry bird.


Bird feeder


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Angelz
posted in: member junk, metal, eclectic, glass, outdoor spaces, red, Bird feeder

Comments (7)

pennyzw writes: This is really cute. I make similar items - love your use of color with the bowl and plate. Posted: 10:42 am on May 2nd
irishrovr writes:
This is so charming! Nice combination of elements!

Eileen http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 9:27 pm on March 31st
retired55 writes: LOVE this! Has given me some ideas for my feathered friends who gather at my traditional feeders too. Posted: 11:02 pm on March 21st
fellowjunker writes: What a beautiful 'marriage' of junk to create this great bird feeder!!!! Welcome to the junkmarket site!!!
xojanis Posted: 11:26 am on March 2nd
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Wow! I really love the scrolly cast iron piece as well as the floral painted plate. Beautiful job on bringing them all together!

Candy Posted: 10:09 am on March 2nd
suewhitney writes: Hi Angelz!

Welcome to JUNKMARKET Style. This project is what I call the perfect marriage of junk. Nice work! The birds ar going to love it!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 8:40 am on March 2nd
junktiqueboutique writes: This is very creative. I'm surprised the birds didn't jump right in. Posted: 8:50 pm on March 1st
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